Records / Test matches / Team records / Fewest runs in a full day's play

Total Runs Teams Day Location Year
95 Australia (80) v Pakistan (15-2) 1st day, 5½ hours Karachi 1956-57
104 Pakistan (104-5) v Australia 4th day, 5½ hours Karachi 1959-60
106 England (92-2 to 198) v Australia 4th day, 5 hours Brisbane 1958-59
111 South Africa (48-2 to 130-6dec) v India (29-1) 5th day, 5½ hours Cape Town 1992-93
112 Australia (138-6 to 187) v Pakistan (63-1) 4th day, 5½ hours Karachi 1956-57
115 Australia (116-7 to 165 and 66-5 following on) v Pakistan 4th day, 5½ hours Karachi 1988-89
117 India (117-5) v Australia 1st day, 5½ hours Madras 1956-57
117 New Zealand (6-0 to 123-4) v Sri Lanka 5th day, 5½ hours Colombo 1983-84
130 Pakistan (130-4) v India 1st day Ahmedabad 1986-87
135 England (135-2) v South Africa 1st day Durban 1999-00
151 England (175-2 to 289) v New Zealand (37-7) 3rd day, 6 hours Lord's 1978
158 England (211-2 to 369-9) v South Africa 5th day, 6 hours Old Trafford 1998
159 Pakistan (208-4 to 350) v England 17-1) 3rd day, 6 hours Leeds 1971

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Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Saurav Ganguly have scored hundreds in the same Test innings on only one occasion. In August 2002 at Headingly, Tendulkar top scored with 193, while Dravid and Ganguly scored 148 and 128 respectively in the first innings of the Test leading India to a famous win against England by an innings and 46 runs.

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